Wednesday, March 2, 2022

In Case of Nuclear Attack, Government Advises Face Masks and Social Distancing in Shelters; Even ‘Saturday Night Live’ Has Awakened to Mask Madness, and other C-Virus related stories

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In case of nuclear attack, government advises face masks and social distancing in shelters:
In the case of nuclear war, the federal government wants Americans to know they should social distance and wear face masks when sheltering from nuclear fallout. 
Wait, what?
The Ready Campaign, a government program meant to prepare Americans for emergencies, advises Americans to maintain six feet of social distancing and to wear face masks when sheltering indoors to avoid nuclear fallout.
Nuclear fallout is the dangerous aftermath of a nuclear explosion, when the highly toxic radioactive particles expelled into the atmosphere fall back to earth.
According to the Ready Campaign, you should find shelter in the nearest brick or concrete shelter following a nuclear explosion. After removing contaminated clothing and washing areas of unprotected skin, you should protect yourselves from COVID-19.
"Go to the basement or middle of the building. Stay away from the outer walls and roof. Try to maintain a distance of at least six feet between yourself and people who are not part of your household. If possible, wear a mask if you’re sheltering with people who are not a part of your household. Children under two years old, people who have trouble breathing, and those who are unable to remove masks on their own should not wear them," the recommendations say. --->READ MORE HERE
Even ‘Saturday Night Live’ has awakened to mask madness:
Hard to believe, but “Saturday Night Live” had a skit mocking liberals this past week. Perhaps because the host was John Mulaney, the former “SNL” writer whose humor often skewers the pretentious.
A group of friends are out to dinner and start to discuss COVID measures. When one mentions that she read an article in Bloomberg that mask mandates had little to no effect on the virus, everyone tenses up. Water is spilled, glasses are broken.
Then, while insisting she’s happy to be vaxxed, Kate McKinnon says perhaps it’s not right to force it on people. “Maybe sometimes we can be a little overzealous when we condemn …,” Mulaney says. And “Did I have to dump my oldest friend because he didn’t get a booster?”
Freakout. Screams. Dramatic light changes.
It keeps going, capturing the liberal guilt over questioning the performative, often pointless rules — like it was fine to eat at a smaller “outdoor” restaurant but not inside the main one.
“Look, I went to a child’s birthday party, self-careful,” says McKinnon, “and they did gymnastics in masks — don’t,” pointing at a smirking Mulaney “— and then they went into another room and took off their masks to eat pizza — this is the end of me — so did they really need the mask or no? DID ANY OF US EVER NEED THE MASK?” --->READ MORE HERE
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